The Weekend-MBA Program at the Luxembourg School of Business is designed to meet the needs of professionals with tight schedules and the eagerness to learn and advance in their careers.
The Weekend-MBA Program at the Luxembourg School of Business is designed to meet the needs of professionals with tight schedules and the eagerness to learn and advance in their careers. The duration of the program is 24 months, with classes taking place every second weekend (Friday evening and full-day Saturday).
The LSB Weekend-MBA will allow you as a manager to get direct exposure to top international faculty from some of the best business schools in the world. Our professors are not only world-class academics but also global business leaders. Some of them are top-level managers in international corporations while others are academics with substantial business experience across a range of industries. Our faculty members regularly work on various consulting projects for companies ranging from SME’s to multinationals, across all industries and all time zones.
Professors at LSB are affiliated with institutions such as Harvard University, University of Michigan, Duke University, MIT, New York University, London Business School, Cambridge, University of St. Gallen, Copenhagen Business School, Bocconi University, Zagreb School of Economics and Management, Sciences Po, and more.
The curriculum of the Weekend-MBA is divided into six modules: foundations, tools, functions, directions, extensions and applications. The student body comprises of professionals with various levels of work experience and from a variety of backgrounds.
Features of the Weekend-MBA
LSB limits the MBA class size to a group of 30 students to provide a lively and engaging student experience. At LSB, we combine high-achieving professors with high-achieving individuals to create a unique learning atmosphere.
The greatest advantage of pursuing the Weekend-MBA Program is that you can apply your knowledge immediately at work. Each and every week you will be reading course materials, completing assignments, and interacting with your classmates in lively discussions through our learning management system or in group study meetings. You will be applying new concepts in your daily work and importing new knowledge into your company.
If you consider coming to Luxembourg to work and study, then the Weekend-MBA Program might be the right fit for you. LSB students create close relationships with each other that can be highly useful in their careers in Luxembourg and abroad.
Tuition Fees and Financing
The tuition fees for the entire program including course materials and catering during classes are EUR 30.000,-.
LSB partner bank ING Luxembourg offers favorable loans to our MBA students.
LSB awards Scholarships based on merit, which can cover up to 50% of the tuition fees. The candidates are assessed according to the following criteria:
overall academic and professional excellence
international working experience
foreign language skills
social engagement and proven leadership
The following are the basic requirements to be admitted to the LSB Full-Time MBA program:
- first university diploma or equivalent
- minimum of two years of work experience
- English language proficiency
The following documents need to be submitted additionally:
- filled out online application form
- Letter of motivation
- Reference Letter
- Proof of payment of Application Fee
An admission interview is organized once the candidate has submitted all the relevant documentation. The interview can be organized online or in LSB Admissions Office.
Doing an MBA in Luxembourg yields several advantages. Luxembourg is the gateway to Europe. Its central location is within a one-day reach to 80% of all European Union markets. Within half an hour by car, by train or by bus you can either reach Germany, France or Belgium. Within a one-hour flight you can be in London. It takes two hours to get to Paris. Frankfurt with its international airport is less than three hours away.
Luxembourg’s GDP per capita is the highest among all OECD countries and this is reflected in the high living standard. Half of Luxembourg’s population of nearly 550,000 has its roots in a different part of the world. Indeed, more than 100 nationalities are represented in Luxembourg.
Luxembourg is one of Europe’s business capitals: it offers an open, diversified and stable economy with tight links to neighbouring Germany, France and Belgium. The country offers state-of-the-art infrastructures and excellent connectivity to markets both in Europe and in the rest of the world.